A report has found that the 62 metals commonly used in modern technology don’t have adequate replacements that could be implemented if a shortage were to occur.
Today's Tech: New Hudl on the way, Obama defends PRISM, and Microsoft sinkholes the ZeroAccess botnet
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including Microsoft putting paid to one of the world's most notorious botnets, Tesco announcing a new Hudl, and Pivotal opening an office in Tech City
The FTC has taken action against the developer of a flashlight app after it found the company was sharing information with third parties without the permission of users.
A new advertising campaign is championing the recycled back cover of the black version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 that got its release this month.
The latest smartphone/tablet hybrid will be unveiled at a launch event in Taipei on 11 December and the 4.3in smartphone will be able to be clamped into a 7in tablet dock.
Your old PlayStation 3 shouldn’t be confined to a cupboard, or for use as a doorstop. There’s still plenty the PS3 can do that the PS4 can't.
Pivotal Labs today opened a brand new office at the heart of the so-called Tech City, signalling the start of a $100m investment in London's burgeoning technology community over the next 10 years.
US president Barack Obama has defended the NSA following the latest spying revelations, but says he intends to propose some reforms that could “give people more confidence”.
How to maintain data integrity across production and archived data.